HDS’ Foundations for a Continuous Cloud Infrastructure
The “cloud” is the code word for many things, including data center transformation. Current IT infrastructures in the data center are often overly complex and expensive as they try to minimize costly downtime in a world that more and more requires 24×7 information access. Managing IT infrastructures more efficiently and effectively is therefore critical. In other words, infrastructure matters, and in the case of Hitachi Data Systems, the company emphasizes the need to improve IT under the label “continuous cloud infrastructure.” This approach to cloud seeks to eliminate service disruptions (high availability), manage to service levels (which requires automation) and accelerating time to deployment (in order to get faster time-to-value).
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NOTE: This column was originally published in the Pund-IT Review.